The 12th Annual Fall Venture Fair
More than 200 aspiring student entrepreneurs, alumni, faculty members and business leaders participated in the 12th Annual Fall Venture Fair.
The Art of RelationshipsAndrea Miller '02, talks about how the inspiration for YourTango was born and offers two tips to current students to help get their business going.
Entrepreneurship in the Classroom
Adjunct Professor Jack Kaplan, talks about his entrepreneurial background and approach to teaching entrepreneurship in the classroom.
The Columbia Community Business Program
The Lang Center established the Columbia Community Business Program, designed to support the growth and development of businesses and not-for-profit organizations in Upper Manhattan.
Women Entrepreneurs Network [WEN] Julie Flakstad '99, talks about the expansion of her hair styling bar concept, BLOW, at a recent WEN luncheon.
About the Lang Center
The Lang Center offers free passes to Columbia Business School entrepreneurs to the Harlem Garage near Columbia’s Morningside campus. Passes are now available for weekdays.
#CBSAtTheCenter of Startups
Harsh Jain ’14
Realizing that the world’s second largest spectator sport, Cricket, was missing from the $5 billion Fantasy Sports industry, Jain and his friends launched Dream11.com in 2009. Read more
Manmeet Kaur ’12
Kaur founded City Health Works to help bring the best aspects of low-cost community health systems to the U.S. Read more
Gary Vaynerchuk's Lessons for Life and Business
The entrepreneur, author and angel investor shared lessons with the crowd at SXSW that transcend the borders of Austin, Texas. Read more
Check out Return on Change, an online crowd investing platform connecting startups and investors. Read more